Verity upgrades its Ultraseek search engine

Verity Inc. has upgraded the graphical interface and analytical tools of its enterprise search engine for small to midsize agencies.

Ultraseek 5.1 is the first major release under the Verity banner, said Scott Whitney, director of product management for the Sunnyvale, Calif., company. Last December, Verity acquired Ultraseek, then known as Inktomi Enterprise Search, from Inktomi Corp. of Foster City, Calif.

The Layout Manager interface customizes the look and feel of the results, Whitney said. Users can tailor the search options and categories without hand coding.

The Reporting Manager tools in Ultraseek 5.1 include search term rankings and correlation between popular queries and documents.

Ultraseek 5.1 has a configuration-dependent pricing model, ranging from $10,000 for a 50,000-document index to $80,000 for large repositories.

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